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MORE than 6,500 of Asia’s top per­form­ers from beauty com­pany Je­unesse Global ar­rived in Syd­ney last week to en­joy a six-day 2018 Lifestyle Re­wards in­cen­tive trip.

The event, se­cured by Busi­ness Events Syd­ney, is the largest cor­po­rate in­cen­tive group ever to visit dur­ing the city’s Vivid fes­ti­val, and con­trib­uted around $40 mil­lion to the State’s econ­omy.

As well as en­joy­ing the sights of Vivid, guests at the multi-day event were in­vited to climb the Har­bour Bridge in another record-break­ing ef­fort, be­fore pay­ing a visit to the Port Stephens area.

The event also in­cluded two gala din­ners hosted at Syd­ney Olympic Park’s The Dome, which show­cased the abil­ity of the event space to cater for “events on a grand scale” with more than 400 staff serv­ing up 19,800 canapes, 20,000 prawns and 1,320kg of fish.

BESyd­ney ceo Lyn Lewis-Smith said the record-break­ing event was vi­tal to the lo­cal visi­tor econ­omy, and “cre­ated a valu­able op­por­tu­nity to fur­ther strengthen ties with our friends in Asia”.

MEAN­WHILE, BESyd­ney has wel­comed Carolin Lene­han as deputy gen­eral mgr, cor­po­rate af­fairs & com­mu­ni­ca­tion.

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